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Roar and Rugby naked calendar goes to the One Show – plus more backstage pics of the shoot

That moment when you drop your books. We all know it. Roar News / Johnny Tam

KING’S Rugby boys are skipping off to the One Show tonight to talk about the Roar Rugby naked calendar – and to celebrate, we’ve released a few backstage pics from the photo shoot.


So far, the calendar has raised hundreds of pounds in aid of LGBT Domestic Abuse charity Broken Rainbow, and has been featured in the Evening Standard and online news sites across the world.

Casually pumping iron in the King's corridor. Roar News / Johnny TamÂ

Honorary Club Secretary Michael Blackwell said: “We’re really excited. It’s nice to go and it’s a big occasion – should be good fun! My Grandma is very excited.”


Potting some balls on the pool table in the Waterfront. Roar News / Johnny Tam

The call from the BBC producer came late last night and since then the team have been hurriedly rearranging their days to be there.

Catch the interview on BBC One at 7pm.



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